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Feb 25, 2013 4:00am PST
chocolatiers heading east. in the next 5 to 10 years cnn says it will be a top market for the treat. still to come why going a non traditional route with your retirement plans may be beneficial in the long run. thats later on. but first....once a solid career path, why the legal industry could be facing challenging days ahead. thats next. law schools are in a crisis situation. there is a sharp decline in the number of students applying and it's putting a strain on the schools. harold krent, dean of chicago-kent college of law is on set with us this morning. welcome to the show. > >thank you. good to be here. > >what are some of the factors that contribute to this problem? > >the legal industry is being restructured. there are technology reasons and also reasons of pressure from corporate clients that are just not willing to pay for the so- termed inflated bills that they've been seeing in the past. as a result, law firms are hiring maybe 50 percent fewer students than they used to hire. there is a trickle down effect. and that's being felt all across the country to the tune of a loss of tens
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